Horses, Life, A Touch of Geek

January Instagram pictures from @rodneyssaga.

From tonight's pasture walk. Amazing resolution for a cell phone camera.

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Tonight's clouds have escaped from the ceiling of an Italian Renaissance chapel.

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Banquet night

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End of a stormy weekend.

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Naptime

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Hamlet says hello.

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Comments: Such a cute picture of him!, love the blurry tail wag!

Robert is feeling patriotic.

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UFO clouds over the pasture.

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Pasture walk by moonlight.

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Comment: Looks like F—-'s place.

Chillin', listenin' to KCOW.

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Extreme jumping

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Winter weather. In our defense, ice on the road is bad news anywhere.

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Ice in rhe South.

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… in THE South.

Fiddling with filters.

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Procedural note: I have learned to embed Instagram posts rather than cut & paste my feed, as I had been doing before.

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Upside: 1) So much easier. 2) Get to keep the captions.

Downside: 1) Bigger images makes the post longer. 2) Pretty sure this is not archiving the posts. Underneath this is a list of links to individual Instagram pages, as with Twitter archive posts [SSF Kitten Tweets]. If Instagram or Twitter goes, so goes the content of the related blog posts. OTOH, is any record truly permanent? The 2,212-year-old Rosetta stone is gonna outlast whatever is done by me & thee.

Neither up nor down: Repeated images from show reports. Not worth clicking over for two photos. Unlike a show’s worth of tweets.

[Instagram December 2016]

Thank you for reading,
Katherine Walcott

Comments on: "Foto Friday: Instagram January 2017" (3)

  1. love the pix. my late mom used to love taking pictures of clouds.

  2. Awww Hamlet is such a cutie!

  3. Thank you.

    I always wonder how clouds were thought about back in the days when color was harder to come by.

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